Taiwan Still Aims for Over 2% Growth in 2013

July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou talks about the outlook for the nation's economy. Ma ruled out driving down the Taiwan dollar to boost exports following the currency’s rally against the yen and said the government still aims for growth of at least 2 percent this year. He spoke with Bloomberg's Debra Mao, Adele Lin, Adrian Kennedy and Rosalind Mathieson in Taipei. (Excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)
Statoil and BP Release Reports amid Oil Declines
57:52 - Oil extended declines in a bear market amid signs producers from the Middle East to the U.S. will continue adding supplies to a global glut. Oil exports from southern Iraq rose to a record this month, while a Bloomberg survey forecasts U.S. crude stockpiles expanded for a second week through July 24. Brent in London closed Monday more than 20 percent lower than its peak reached in May, meeting the common definition of a bear market.
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